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Intermittent Closures at Horse Drive Freeway Interchange for Next Two Weeks
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Intermittent Closures at Horse Drive Freeway Interchange for Next Two Weeks

Starting today and ending at approximately 6 p.m. on Friday, May 20, the on-ramps and off-ramps for the U.S. 95 Horse Drive Interchange will be closed intermittently for final roadway surfacing. The temporary detour for northbound and southbound U.S. 95 traffic will be the Durango Drive interchange and the Mount Charleston intersection.
 
This work is the final portion of the nearly two-year long, $44 million Horse Drive Interchange project. The traffic on U.S. 95 will be shifted to one lane in each direction and the speed limit will be reduced to 55 mph during the daytime closures to ensure public safety as motorists travel through the Horse Drive construction zone.
 
Work on the Horse Drive interchange project started in June 2009 and included the construction of an overpass and full interchange, frontage roads, ramps, retaining walls and a bridge, along with extensive utility work, flood control improvements, traffic signals and lighting.
  
Funding for the Horse Drive interchange is provided by the Nevada Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, the Clark County Regional Flood Control District and the city of Las Vegas.

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